Sachiko Ozawa (@sachi_ozawa) has received the distinction of making an Outstanding Contribution for @JAPhAJournal. This recognition is given for authoring one of JAPhA’s most downloaded articles in 2021. Check out the article here: https://t.co/mV129dLvuc
Suzie Harris and @UNCPharmacy Alumni Alana Rice have received the distinction of being Outstanding Authors for @JAPhAJournal. This recognition is given for authoring one of JAPhA’s most downloaded articles in 2021. Check out their article: https://t.co/pHxa0mkrkT
The @UNCPharmacy Research in Education and Practice Symposium (REPS) was a success! Wonderful resident research presentations and professional development sessions. Thank you to all who presented and attended!
The @unc_pace and @NACDS Foundation interventions are focused on cardiovascular disease, behavioral health and diabetes interventions! Check out the link below to learn more about the diabetes interventions being implemented through this project!
.@unc_pace has partnered with @NACDS Foundation to identify, implement, and evaluate patient-centered, quality-driven clinical interventions within community pharmacies across the country. Click the link below to learn more about this exciting project!
The number of people struggling with depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions is on the rise. #Pharmacists, feel ready and prepared to talk with your patients about these topics. Check out some helpful resources here #SuicidePreventionMonth
We're excited to be involved in projects that expand pharmacy's role in mental health care and improve access for patients. Check out our blog post to learn about a current project that aims to engage #CommunityPharmacy in this role #SuicidePreventionDay
#CommunityPharmacy can be a great place to connect with mental health resources. Check out our blog to see what #CommunityPharmacy can offer you. If you or a loved one needs a little extra help visit your local pharmacist today #SuicidePreventionMonth
September is #SuicidePreventionMonth! To kick off #SuicidePreventionWeek here's a reminder to check in with yourself and your loved ones as people have been struggling with depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions over the past year.
A common language for comprehensive medication management (CMM) was developed to help pharmacists consistently deliver CMM and improve its impact. See the process that went into developing the CMM patient care process in this new article @UMN_Pharmacy @UNCPharmacy @ACCP
Interested in how to better document MTPs? Check out this recent work by @uncpharmacy members to develop recommendations for improved standardization of documentation of MTPs across the pharmacy profession